Nutritional Consultant

Emma Davies

“The ultimate multi-tasking vitamin with a key role in nervous system support, B6 is critical in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, the sleep hormone melatonin and can help minimize stress and anxiety. It’s involved in damping down a revved-up nervous system, and is a real friend to calm, sleep and overall wellbeing.”

Tactical Support

An essential, water-soluble vitamin that supports mood regulation and shows key benefits to the brain and nervous system.

The Game-Changing Nutrient

Vitamin B6 helps the body make hormones that regulate mood, stress and sleep. It’s also an important precursor to neurotransmitters and is involved in the production of haemoglobin, the metabolism of fatty acids, as well as being key in converting foods into energy


We use Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate (P5P) which is the bioactive, more absorbable form of B6 and so doesn’t need to be converted within the body.


1.1mg per tablet SNOOZE tablet(RDA 1.5 mg for women and 1.7 mg for men)

Better Mood / Lower Stress

Acts as a precursor in the production of some key neurotransmitters – the “happy hormones” dopamine and serotonin and the calming neurotransmitter GABA

Sleep Promoting

Aids in the production of melatonin, the precursor to sleep and has a key role in supporting sleep/wake cycles

Dream Enhancing

Found to aid dream vividness and recall when taken before sleep

Improved Immune Function

Vitamin B6 can support improved immune function

Improved Cardiovascular And Brain Health

Regulates appropriate levels of homocysteine in the blood. High homocysteine can lead to raised heart disease risk and decreased cognitive function

Increased Energy

Helps the body use and store energy from food

Female Hormone Health

Can stabilize mood swings linked to hormone imbalance

Histamine Breakdown

Can help lower high histamine by supporting the DAO enzyme that clears histamine from the blood. High histamine is a key culprit in poor sleep onset and nighttime waking

Facts & Figures

We are keeping up to speed with the research on Vitamin B6. Here are some of the latest clinical studies, critically assessed by peers and published independently.

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